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evening out there now. there's not much rain on the radar at the moment. but we know that's going to change into the overnight hours an early part of let's take a look at what we're seeing. scanning the skies including katon's vim and you can see bottom line there's not a lot of rain here now, but as we and west there is more rain back towards areas just south and west of d. c. down toward culpepper, virginia. flash flood watch and multiple advisories up through about just all the zákstate right now including a coastal flood watch for areas along the chesapeake higher than normal tides, 2 to 3 feet above average tomorrow and look off to the south. heavier rain now beginning to develop ceódown in virginia, no carolina. we know it's all headed our way later tonight. this evening though just a few scattered showers damp and breezy out there. as we look to tomorrow though things change big time. we'll break down the
are trying smsto track down a woman using fake cash at businesses. there's nothing funny about this money. >> reporter: even by feel it's hard to tell these bills are bogus9k4jdt the latest counterfeit bust by westminster police. >> this is probably somebody passing through town that had printed up some money went ÷t about their business depositing these for exchange for actual currency. >> reporter: as far as police can tell they did it in at least 3 locations here in westminster over a 24 hour period last week. a couple uájñof 20s were discov at this kentucky fried chicken and hundred dollar bills at both the food lion and wal- mart. it was here where police were to grab a surveillance image of a woman who used the bill. >> i've seen people as early as high school age be cm(aable
do a relatively good job of replicateing currency and passing it on as authentic. >> reporter: there are all sorts of ways using high tech printers and scanners, t this case was particularly deceptivetive. this 100-dollar bill was created by white washing a 5- dollar bill. hold it up to the light you can still see the t!ñwatermark of a lincoln. something a traditional counterfeit pen would not pick up because the paper is the same. an wokartificial inflation that initially duped retailers in carroll county are now on record with local and federal authorities. in westminster, brian kuebler abc 2 news. now police tell us they have some leads identification of the woman in the surveillance video. a couple of the fake bills have been sent to the u. s. secret service to be analyzed and archived. a look at gg)ruráhtop stories. baltimore county police arrested to men for the murder
of jose luis ramirez. police say manuel gutierrez and jamie calderon both lived with ramirez. the victim was found monday night i@eñalongside the road in cockys villain autopsy reveals ramirez had been killed by blunt force trauma. both gutierrez and cal der ron are dbbeing charged with first degree murder. a dam at water works park in annapolis is leaking and tonight's rain may make the problem worse. the dam f'dcould be a potential safety hazard. an inspection revealed water levels approximately a foot over the spillway in the erosion of some concrete slab. officials say a dam failure could mean massive g/flooding. well, with five weeks to go before the midterm elections, president obama continues his pack yard visits over two days and in four states this week with people in their backyard to listen to their concerns and to hear
their fears. >> the vancouver woman who claimed that a stranger splashed acid in her zg%face pleaded not guilty today to theft charges. bethany storro was charged rz, stealing from good samaritans. she paid for clothes apple computer train tickets even a chemical peel at a doctor's office. she admitted she bought drain she walked into a woman's revert room at a park and rubbed the acid directly on her face. she was released into the care of a psychiatric facility. that's where she will be staying while she waits for trial. one of the men who accused a megachurch pastor, bishop eddie long of sexual misconduct is speaking out. former church employee t9éñand personal assistant to bishop long filed a sexual misconduct lawsuit against him. 23-year-old parrish told an
atlanta 5dreporter he was reall suffering. >> i cannot forget the way that he made me cry many nights when i drove in his cars on the way home not able to take enough showers to wipe the 4g that man cannot look me in the eye we did not live this pain why you can sit in front of the are not a man you are a monster. >> he's one of four men who filed lawsuits against the vmstor of new missionary members. while the recession may be over it left quite an impression. find out why fewer couples are saying i do. plus move over joe flacco, this is a new footbalk(6team i town, and we bet they are going to have some hearts racing. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message.
the real andy harris. buried in his website - a promise to replace the tax code with a 23% sales tax and eliminate the mortgage interest deduction. a bush tax panel said families would pay $6,000 more a year. a reagan tax advisor calls it a very dumb idea. but that's not his only bad idea. harris was the only senator to vote against expanding the child care tax credit and against the state's cancer treatment program. andy harris' extreme ideas will cost us. bob ehrlich's real record on energy. lobbyists helped write utility regulations. we got stuck with a 72% rate hike. but martin o'malley got tough on bge, forcing them to pay back $2 billion to consumers. and what's bob ehrlich been doing the past four years? he got paid $2.5 million at a lobbying firm, a firm representing special interests and casinos right here in maryland. that's bob ehrlich-- a 72% increase for us and $2.5 million from special interests for himself. nice work, bob.
. glji don't have to tell yo this. we all know what impact the recession has had on our wallets, and most of us can recount some moment when we didn't make that purchase or take that >ybrvacation because the economy. but as t. j. winick reports you may be surprised the extent the recession has had on our collective mood. >> reporter: the recession may technically be over, w÷but it has made quite an impression according to 2009 census data released tuesday. for instance fewer people are moving an fewer couples are saying i do. >> right now have maybe lost a little bit of their faith and so they are being more cautious, they are being risk a verse and not taking those leaps. >> reporter: marriages c8 a record low in 2009 with 52%
of adults 18 and over saying they were joined in wedlock that's compared to 57% in 2000. not a surprise to those we spoke with. >> a lot iy holding off on getting married, and they are moving in together with their fiance' or their boyfriend just to save money. >> i think people are still really nervous and really cautious. >< impacting other areas of behavior as well. the share of homes that have more than one car has dropped and the demand for higher education has edged up. typical when there are fewer job opportunities. >> m. are being affected by the uncertainty that still hangs over many people's heads. >> reporter: this reflects a8xt food stamp have reached a record high. according to the congressional budget office increasing government spending or extending the bush tax cuts is the xpest short term remedy to boost consumer confidence but not something the country could
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media day. track and field and winner of the u. s. ladies golf championship 3 times of she was named the greatest female athlete of the 20th century. i wonder if bzñbabe might be spinning in her grave as baltimore introduced the baltimore chairman of the lingerie football league. actually that's not at all fair. yes the ladies of the charm ymñ dress down as a marketing lure and change the channel tv landscape but these women are first of all veteran athletes ápdrive. > we have body builders we have a soccer player track stars. >> reporter: in real life sharon bowen is a shock trauma nurse. she knows that beyond the skimpy clothing this is real football being played kcañby s very tough women. >> my teammates have broken collar bones had concussions sprained knees. >> they are the toughest
ladies i have actually ever r"çñ been around. >> reporter: the coach sees the effort every day and doesn't want the lingerie flash to obscure the hard work. >> we're bringing real football, real talent, and real ability >> they call me tnt. >> reporter: theresa watson is the ray lewis of the charm. >> i'm the prettiest most of i'm a totally different person. >> reporter: do the women feel the need to justify their apparel. >> if it didn't bother my parents i didn't think i should have a problem with it. >> reporter: at least one player can envision gfma more traditional future. >> i feel like this is kind of of a steppingstone and maybe eventually we'll have more clothes on. >> reporter: for their effort alone i think babe herse would be giving these ladies their props. in baltimore tim rutherford abc 2 news. you go girls. the chairman's first game in baltimore is friday sqdñnight a
the arena. clarify kelly i like(sall forms of football. arena ball you name it. nfl, college like it all. flood watch and advisory this is mainly the concern into the overnight period and into the early part of the ):day tomorr bottom line our media coastal areas along the chesapeake in you're in those tidal ranges next high tide could be 2 to 3 t feet above average we're expecting 2 to 4 inches of rain some spots could get a little more than that by the time this event is over. maryland's most powerful radar we're tracking some rain now down through culpepper areas ñwest of the washington area. not much back up here in our area for now. so looks like we will stay relatively dry next couple of hours at least. but then again as we depo into that overnight period into tomorrow w mor to change. 65 now at bwi rainfall totals
so far just about any. but again expecting this to change big time through the day tomorrow. high temperatures have been around t70. we're now in the 60s. a cool night very muggy night. with humidity pushing 100% in many places. so, this air is nearly saturated and the problem is this. more heavy rain developing on e scattered basis at least now down into southern virginia and back across say down toward raleigh, north carolina. congeal kind of come together. into the first probably two- thirds of our day tomorrow, by tomorrow evening this time we should be clearing out but j"náe a round of rainthat happens from that storm system. in our future cast model brings that rain in earnest midnight to 2:00 a.m. heavy s through the morning hours tomorrow. a wet commute watch out on those roadways. by thursday about lunchtime
that heavy rain beginning to retreat and push out to the east. it looks like drier weather >icñ will invade overnight tomorrow night and we're left with gorgeous dry weather on friday. but again there is that narrow window of time where we'll have a lot of rain and a lot of this courtesy of that moisture train coming ihzñup out of the tropic 65, rain gets heavier tomorrow. it's going to be a wet one that's for sure. a lot of heavy rain early in the day gets lighter into the afternoon. by tomorrow evening we'll look for this rain to m-rbegin to en in fact your forecast tomorrow night a few scattered rain showers mainly east toward the peaches. 7-day forecast here's the outlook. bottom line we who are for 60s through the week dryer and cooler for the komen race. 50 degrees a cool start there. that lasts into next week. >> wwyr thanks a lot wyatt. he simply could not go distance. it was elimination night on
dancing with the stars. another star's vs,÷hopes to win mirror ball trophy were extinguished. one leaves the dance floor the rest get ready for week three. >> !> he was so much fun such a joy to work with and such a joy to get to know. i've learned so much from him and had 6zñso much great advice for me. we built a close bonds and hopefully something that will stick with us the rest of our lives. >> we knew he gave everything he's out on tour doggie 3]mcan might not have been the perfect gig for him. >> he's going to go on his merry way having his beautiful career having a beautiful life and being surrounded by people who feel like he was shortchanged. c8 >> reporter: judge bruno ton
control he suggested rain tin tin could have done a better jive than bolton. the singer had his say but the judge didn't e"qñseem to care. >> it was disrespectful. other than that it was a phenomenal, phenomenal experience up till now. i'm ready for the next one. >> reporter: now the remaining ten teams are ready too to bce on new dances that require telling a story along the way. >> i did the sound of music on stage, and we're going to do the waltz 2bto idle wise. >> my situation may be out. >> i think between the two of us we might have a újcompletel naked body. >> the samba. >> i can't wait. preview 5 seconds. shake that junk. i think i can take the day off kr three different dances the celebrities will be tackling
next week the samba, the waltz and the foxtrot. . >> bruno was harsh but i oxgñt i like his singing better than his dancing. we'll be right back after a break. diabetes testing? what else is new? you get the blood, hope it's enough, it's -- what's this? [ man ] new and improved freestyle lite® blood glucose test strip. sure, i'll try it, but -- [ beep ] wow. [ man ] yeah, that's the patented freestyle zipwik™ design. [ man #1 ] it's like it -- targets the blood. targets the blood. yeah, it draws it right in. the test starts fast. you need just a third the blood of onetouch®.
. wet+["listen up shoppers, a new kohl's store opened this morning. tony m was there to talk to excited shoppers about its convenient location. >> reporter: 5[pwith two floor big sales and 150 new jobs, the the new kohl's opened its doors. many çv5shoppers took advantage the convenient location with the parking lot nearly full by 8:00 in the morning. >> i think everybody up here
in forest hill is happy to have a store up here that we don't have to you know, and fight the parking and fight the traffic. >> it's very convenient for a lot of the you caners that live near this store. and i think that's very important to us that wejhóñprov that convenience to the communities in which we serve. >> reporter: in with that convenience comes change, a big parking lot and new traffic patterns outside the forest lakes community and forest lake elementary. >> as a teacher t,i was more concerned about outside strangers so many cars and traffic and butes leaving and we have a few hundred walkers that was one of our concerns. >> they fought it and i didn't see 'zftany reason for it. i mean it's better to have a kohl's here than to have a bar. >> reporter: besides discounts and convenience the store community projects. tony marsala abc 2 news. might have to check that out. maryland's governor gets some camping help from a pretty big
name. now. we begin tonight with following breaks news bus crash in montgomery uqée before 4:00 this afternoon a tour bus slid off the northbound i-270 split near democracy boulevard. now this is live video from north bethesda. you can a.asee still very, ver active investigation scene. maryland state police confirm at least one person was killed and several people were hurt. i-270 is a major artery for and considered one of the busiest times of day in maryland. understands that families were on the bus. information is still coming snewsroom we'll have updates at 11:00 and always online at abc2news.com. now to the flash floods and coastal flooding warnings going up